Missed Connections by Tamara Mataya
(Summer Love)

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At times the story verges on silly and improbable, but it’s ultimately saved by Sarah’s well-written inner monologue. Funny and authentic, Sarah’s snarky take on her own travails is the magic ingredient that will have readers rooting for the heroine to find true love with the right man.
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Missed Connection: I saw you standing there, and I was struck by your eyes. Gorgeous, but not as gorgeous as your smile.

Thanks to her job at a crazy New Age spa, what should have been a sizzling NYC summer is being hijacked by demanding hippie bosses. To unwind, Sarah spends her nights cruising Missed Connections, dreaming of finding an uber-romantic entry all about her. Of course, the moment she finds that Missed Connection, real life comes crashing down around her in a night of unbridled passion with someone completely different: totally off-limits Jack.

Best. Hookup. Ever.

Gorgeous and wealthy, hot as sin, Jack can give Sarah everything she needs-except an emotional connection. That she gets from her Missed Connection, the romantic stranger who never fails to make her swoon. But there's only so much of Sarah to go around. Torn between the bad boy she can't keep and the sensitive stranger who bares his soul online, her heart and body are soon in two very different relationships...or are they?

Summer Love:
Missed Connections
Summer Indiscretions

 

About Tamara Mataya

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Tamara Mataya is a librarian with a great love for recommending books to patrons. Certified to teach English as a second language, she is also a musician. She writes erotic romance and contemporary romance that appeals to the New Adult audience. She lives in Alberta, Canada.
 
Published June 7, 2016 by Sourcebooks Casablanca. 320 pages
Genres: Romance. Fiction
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Above average
on Apr 13 2016

At times the story verges on silly and improbable, but it’s ultimately saved by Sarah’s well-written inner monologue. Funny and authentic, Sarah’s snarky take on her own travails is the magic ingredient that will have readers rooting for the heroine to find true love with the right man.

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